of the hour time for the top of the news. the president ready to speak in richmond, virginia, in an attempt to drum up support for the economic agenda. the president lashed out at fellow democrats in an article in "rolling stone," and in an interview the president expressed frustration with the support he has been getting saying "it is in excusable for any democrat or progressive right now to stand on the sidelines in the midterm election." today is wednesday. and that means wednesday's with juan. juan williams is with us. i got a letter from a former football player at ol' miss, we all got it, and we loved this quaterback and he saids fans, stop leaving at half time, show up, i don't care win, lose, your job is to participate. and he's right. i wonder if in a political way people are right. if you are so hired up, get involved. >>guest: absolutely. and the tampa bay, same thing. >>shepard: that is all we have to do, rays fans. >>guest: the president says "don't stand open the side lines, get in the game," and he is asking the fans to do more than complain and whine. in the "rolling stone"